You probably get frustrated by the changes in your physical condition that occur during your period, like cramps and breast pain. These symptoms are annoying enough for adults who are used to having their period. Just imagine how it must be for your daughter. Help her to be comfortable during her period.
Things to watch out for while helping her
Encourage her to eat spinach and liver, which are rich in iron, soy-based foods that help balance female hormones, dried fruits and nuts that are rich in minerals and vitamins, etc.
Massage the back of her feet, lower abdomen, or other parts of her body to help relieve menstrual discomfort.
Warm her body
A cold body is a no-no! Give her a warm drink like heated milk or herbal tea as well as a belly warmer, thick socks, etc. that will warm her body.
It's important that she gets a good night's rest during her period. Give her a comfortable pillow, bedclothes and pajamas that feel nice to the touch. Using a cell phone or computer or playing a video game before going to bed stimulates the sympathetic nervous system and makes it hard for her to fall asleep. Tell her to avoid using these devices before going to bed.